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Chengdu companies win top Java award

By Li Yu and Pengchao in Chengdu | | Updated: 2013-08-05 09:08


Employees of two IT companies from Chengdu, provincial capital of Sichuan, in southwest China, recently won this year's Duke Choice Award – marking the first time that Chinese companies have won.

Java is the most widely used computer language in the world, and the annual Duke Choice Award is the highest honor in the Java community.

The two winners from Chengdu are Zheng Ye from ThoughtWorks's Chengdu branch for the testing tool Moco and Jia Ke from Handseeing Information for X Fantasy.

Handseeing Information is the first game company to win a Duke's Choice in Asia. Its webpage game X Fantasy was co-developed with JGnet, a Java-based Naza Ria engine.

The testing tool Moco, developed by Zheng Ye, solves system integration testing issues, and many global commercial software development projects started to use the tool as soon as it became available.

The Duke Choice Award was established by Oracle, the computer technology corporation headquartered in the US.

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